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Table 4 Measures By domain, variable type and rater

From: The Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Treatment Study II: rationale, design and methods

MEASURE Domain Who Gates Baseline Acute Treatment Naturalistic Follow-up
Phone screen In/Exclusion SC X    
Demographics, history Caseness SC X    
Treatment history Caseness T X    
ADIS Caseness/Comorbidity T X    
Yale Global Tic Scale Tic disorders T X    
PANDAS interview PANDAS T X    
NIMH Global (Impairment) OCD T, IE X X (IE) X X
Clinical Global (CGI-I and CGI-S) OCD severity T, IE X X X X
COIS Functional impairment C, P   X X X
Expectancy Ratings – Medication "Non-specific" effects C, P, T   X X X
Expectancy Ratings – Psychotherapy "Non-specific" effects C, P, T   X X X
Consumer satisfaction Consumer satisfaction C, P   X X X
IE Blindness IE Blind IE    X X
MASC Child anxiety C   X X X
CDI Child depression C   X X X
Conners Parent Rating Scale Disruptive behaviors P   X X X
BSI Parent psychopathology P   X X X
Family Assessment Measure Family functioning P   X X X
PQ-LES-Q Quality of life P   X X X
CGAS Quality of Life T   X X X
HARM form Adverse Events: Suicidal and homicidal ideation and behavior T X X X X
Pediatric Adverse Events Rating Scale (PAERS) Adverse Events C, P, T X X X X
Teasing Questionnaire (TQ) Social Functioning C   X   
SEQ-S Social Functioning C   X   
Attitudes Toward My Child Family Functioning P   X   
Parent Reaction Questionnaire Family Functioning P   X   
WAM Child Emotionality C   X   
  1. SC = study coordinator; T = clinician rated, C = child self-report, IE = independent evaluator rated, P = Parent rated self-report